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CV3D_design

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Small office.jpgHi everyone!
This is a render that a did using browser materials. Tell me what you think. Especially for the lighting. I used 2 lems on the windows, one behind the camera, and the interior bright high 2 hdr preset.

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This looks really nice. I liked that office assembly and I think the modifications you made to it are fantastic... great idea with the TV.

One thing I don't love is how high-contrast the detail is on that wall texture.  I realize there are surfaces like this, the problem here is that it makes the texture repetition kind of obvious.  I probably would have either toned down the contrast of that image in Photoshop, or maybe swapped it out for something similar with less repetition.

You know... one other thing I dislike about the way this assembly was put together -- It is almost always going to be "photographed" from this direction, but they put the spines of all the books on the shelves facing the other direction. So all the books above the TV just look like white boxes of stationary or something.  I probably would have flipped those around now that I notice it.

None of that really detracts much though, I think this is a great image!

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Thank you for your remarks [thumb]. I'll make another one to see how it looks. 
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small office space 2.jpg Here is a second version. Tell me what you think.
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much better with the different wall texture. Don't use the same book (specifically noting the Wright book) in different areas. I would just fix that in photoshop instead of re-rendering. 
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Really nice! Don't forget the tip about floating stuff a tiny distance to improve contact shadows at the base, I'm looking at the plant on the left...
I would also rotate just one of those pictures ever so slightly just so it doesn't look like it is repositioned every evening with a laser 😉

Maybe also adjust the height a tiny amount.
Not enough that it looks like it was hung by Ray Charles, but enough to make it look like it was hung by a normal human!

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Thank you for the tips guys.

Actually  the plant has a gap of 2mm from the floor. But its invisible maybe because of the reflection. I'm going to fix all the other issues, and see the result. 
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Small office 3.jpgHi again everyone!
This is the latest render i did. I fixed the pictures ( i didn't move them to much, a few mm only. Actualy i'm a laser freek [biggrin][crazy]. Also fixed the books and the plant as you recomended. I hope you like it.
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Cool!
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